Input Output (IOG) IOG, the research lab which develops the Cardano blockchain, has announced that the upgrade planned for it was delayed several weeks.
“There could be a few more weeks from where we are before we go to the actual Vasil hard fork,” Kevin Hammond, IOG technical manager, said in an update meeting for the month of on Thursday. The testing on “inevitable issues” was taking place, and any problems were being dealt with by IOG’s development group. IOG developing group.
“All users have to be ready to progress through the hard fork to make sure the smooth process, both for them and end users of the Cardano blockchain,” Hammond declared.
Vasil the upgrade that was designed to improve the capacity of Cardano’s scaling was planned for release in June on a test-network, followed by the introduction of Cardano’s main network. A hard fork is a backward-incompatible change to the software used to validate and produce new blocks.
The team had earlier disclosed seven issues that prevented developers from releasing Vasil on time for July. “This puts us behind schedule on our previously communicated target date of June 29 for a mainnet hard fork,” they declared when they released the news.
The final decision regarding whether to upgrade or enhance your account on the Cardano test network is decided by the Cardano Decentralized Application (dapp) group of programmers. Prior to this, developers must be able to solve any issues that arise during testing and also run tests for benchmarking. They also need to inform the larger developers in order to give them enough time for evaluating their dapps before the hard fork being put in place.